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Are these Bluetooth or wired only?
Would love to join, but dismayed by the lack of UK shipping... absolute steal at that pricepoint!
Huh, those look almost identical to the ones we sell at our store (The Source in Canada) as the brand Headrush. Slightly different colours, but that's about it. Same case, same headband, same cups ect. Im going to guess and say the C shapes on the side glow blue. ($80 is a decent price for them, given what we have them up here for). Although we have 2 slightly different versions.
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Most on the lower end yes, companies will design a product and instead of selling it themselves, they will sell it to other brands to sell. Very common all over all types of market.
Bose has the power to design their own products especially when you are dealing the margins Bose deals with. There isn't a chance even the QC35 IIs cost $400 to make (CAD). Or even half that actually. Bose are detailed, they aren't flat though, I'm not a big fan, and for the money you can get much better bang for buck. Although their noise cancelling is still the best by far, and their support and easy if use adds value
I owned a pair of these and traveled a bit with them. I bought them at full price; at $79.99 these are a steal. The material and finish is extremely nice with chrome and brushed metal finishes making competitive Bose and Beats models look cheap by comparison. I used these exclusively on airplanes so my experience is based on use of noise cancellation on and very little world sound mixed in. The treble is very crisp and detailed, fairly defined bass and open sound stage. I favored the sound over my other noise cancelling headphones but I found that they are noticeably heavier than competitive Sony, Bose and Beats models (due to aforementioned nice materials). For Transpacific flights, it was harder to forget they were on my head.
These look like an off-brand AKG N60. Form factor and all.
These arrived fast. Odd shipping box but all is well. Sound great, well built. NR on par with my Bose so I chose just one (I force myself to only have one kind of each, NR, Open, Portable, In Ear, Semi Open, Closed, etc.). So as they are still in new condition, only tested, I have decided to sell these. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Cleer-NC-Noise-Canceling-Headphones-Tested-Perfect-Not-Used/292225053010
I just received the Cleer NC headphone. Just a minor thing for clarification and perhaps anyone can fill me in. The LED is not changing to "blue light" to show that is fully charged as per the user manual. It has been more than 3 hours already. I just want to ensure that I did not receive a defective product.
Some day, Massdrop is gonna ship internationally with every drop.
Sadly today isn't that day.
NicoNicoNiiii
Hey, you could start up a mass-drop community in your country like Massdrop did.
I received mine and was able to kinda track it but not really. The mailman said it was delayed due to confusion about it possibly being COD. Shipping is definitely an issue although this was my first drop so I really have no idea what to expect. I also discovered that the lifeproof case for my Samsung S5 cannot be used with the 1/8 inch jack that the headphones come with since the thickness of the case won't allow the plug to go in far enough to make the connection. So far they work great for cancelling out the extreme road noise my work vehicle makes which is what I was after so I'm satisfied overall. Let's hope the shipping problems get solved soon. No one likes guessing when it comes to getting their merchandise.
Skutch
My set never did show up. As I deal a lot with shipping and recieving at my company I know the flow on SamrtPost packages very well. The package was at the Fedex hub in my city within a couple of days. The scanned it as being handed off to the USPS the same day. USPS never scanned it into their system. At that point it was lost. I contacted support immediately. It took two days to hear back from them. Massdrop CS seem to have some artificial time before which they will not help you on shipping problems. They claim 3 to 10 working days for delivery, so they will not even try a trace prior to the package being delayed by10 working days. This may make some sense if a package is sent to a distant address in a rural area. But my package was in the city after about three days (2 business days). Once they ran the trace and found the package was lost I asked for a replacement. They declined this and said they would issue a refund. They promise 3 to 5 days for this to happen. So I do not get the headphones and they had my money tied up for close to 6 weeks. I guess this is what it is, but no one ever apologized much less offered something for my trouble.

Then, after they said they couldn't do a replacement, I find these had dropped again... Couldn't they have just offered to send me a set out of this drop?
Massdrop is fine when things work properly and to be fair this is most of the time. Just hope that you don't need help with something. I will need to see a huge deal for something before I use the service again. For what is usually a few bucks more, at least Amazon is responsive and will work with the customer to insure satisfaction.
Mandrake
Well I can say for sure I wouldn't be happy at all if that had happened to me. Sounds like not only did they botch the shipping but the customer relations as well. I had very prompt service when I emailed them about the issue with the jack not working in my phone until I realized it was the case and not the jack. Let's hope your experience was a fluke or that they have recognized a refund alone is not making things right with the customer when you tie up their money for extended periods of time. If they're smart they will figure out a way to make that sort of hassle work out better for the consumer since they have such a slow turn around process on orders. I'd say a discount certificate kind of deal that you could use on any drop you wanted would be a good start. You have to get things, or make them right if you are this slow getting the merchandise to the consumer.
Why is the current drop limited to US addresses only? It wasn't limited previously.
UPS returned my package to sender after USPS supposedly refused it. Don't know what happened there. I agree that SmartPost is not a good way to go.
Saeulf
It is about the cheapest way to ship, but also almost the slowest and obviously not very reliable. It would be nice if they offered an option for upgraded shipping for a nominal fee. This idea of handing it off to a different service not only adds at least a day if not several to the shipping time, it is one more place in the process where there can be problems.
I called up the USPS with a tracking number provided to me from UPS customer service. They told me that their records show they never received a package from UPS.
BTW, Still no headphones here. I replied to the support note last Thursday asking them to help me out by starting the trace. I got no reply. Judging by this experience the Massdrop customer service department is just not very helpful.
Guys, I have a bit of a problem here. My headphones shipped and were supposed to be delivered Tuesday of this week. Then UPS told me they would be delivered Monday. Now UPS says that they handed them off to USPS, but USPS says thye don't have them. I opened a support ticket but have not heard anything back. I sure would like to get my headphones. I would also like to go on record as saying that Massdrop should consider other shipping methods than Smartpost. Personally fully 50% of all of the packages I have gotten through Smarpost have had some kind of problem. Usually this is just being significantly late. This one is the worst. A quick search of the internet shows thousands of posts about problems with Smartpost. I would much rather pay more for shipping to get service from a single carrier. This Smartpost thing just does not work well.
Mandrake
I am having the same issue. Talked with UPS and said they handed the package over to USPS, USPSs tracking site says otherwise. UPSs tracking is all weird. It says that it was dropped off at a USPS location then picked up and dropped off again. I have no idea what is happening with this package.
Tollbooth
I got a reply from Support. Thye basically told me that somone missed scanning it, but don't worry. If you don't get the item in the next 4 days, wirte us back. The thing is that the UPS hub is 8 miles from me. I get this kind of package regurlary. Once it is hannded off to USPS, it is scanned into their system. It moves to a facility about three miles away and is scanned as haveing been recieved. It normally leaves there within 8 hours and is scanned as leaving. A couple of hours later it is at my local post office. If it is before about 10:00 AM, the package is delivered that day.
Bottom line they tell me to wait 10 days from the ship date before they will even start the trace. Tracing can take a few days. If they find it, great, I will likely get it the next day. If not, we start the whole process all over again...if they have one to ship. Suddenly the package that was supposed to be here last Monday.. I don't get for an additional couple of weeks...more like three weeks.
It sucks! SmartPost should never be used if customer satisfaction is the goal. If I had been given a choice, I would happily have given them another $20 to just have a decent chance of getting my item in the commited time.
Hello how can i know the shipping price for canada thanks
indi_guy
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We carried them at the headphone shop I used to work at. NC is very good, not Bose level good but extremely good for the Massdrop price. We sold them when they first launched at $300 and customers doing a side by side demo with the Bose QC25/35 would typically agree the NC was a little weaker than Bose, but Bose sounded better and overall more comfortable. Sound is definitely on the bassy side and a bit bloated. When used passively they are very nicely balanced and the bass is much more punchy. The downside is they require a lot of power to get good volume in passive mode. With NC on or the PASC setting the volume is good, but I didn't care for the warm, bloated sound. They are quite comfortable, but can get a bit stuffy as the headphones are thick and rather heavy. While heavy the build quality is rather good.
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I've found that the effectiveness of NC can vary from person to person as well as the environment it's used in. Bose NC is designed with plane engine noise in mind and that's where it usually beats Sony and other companies. The shop I worked at was in a busy airport so for general background noise they are very comparable, but I'm sure the Bose would be better on a plane. If your main concern is NC quality, the Cleer are an amazing value at $129.
ARivera
Have you flown or know anyone who has flown with these? I'm looking to see if they are adequate for drowning out airplane noise or if I should just bite the bullet and go with Bose.
These headphones look fantastic.
16 ohm Do you think that power is enough?
Draskis
It would be better if it were over 9000
Draskis
These are made for mobile use and are efficient. The sensitivity is a 110 decibels, so they should get loud enough. Looks like a long battery life.
Anybody had a chance to compare this to Bose QC line? Feedback would be appreciated.
Why isn't Italy available for shipping?